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ivory figurine

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18 inches in height, it was gift by my sister-in-law way back 1992. it came from nigeria. i want to know the value of the said article. thanks

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Antique Accent Table

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This lovely accent table has a carved apron apf festoon and sash with a leg centerpiece.

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$225 - $400





Antique Folding Knife

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Sterling/mother of pearl folding pocket knife, 2 blades, good condition. In our immediate family for at least 60 years and was reportedly carried by a Rough Rider ( however NO documentation for this exists). Has been boxed for 60+ years and was owned by another relative prior to that. It is not tarnished as it may appear in the dark photo. It appears to be an English knife circa 1850, made by Samuel Wragg. The words on the blades say S. Wragg, No. 40, Turkey Hill, and the last line is too deep into the knife to be able to read it. Blade's Guide to Knives shows 2 almost identical ones on pgs 211 and 212 photos. The head of it is a horses head with anchor and wheel. Would appreciate knowing the value, we would like to sell it somewhere. Thank you for any info/advice.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Wow, that's one sweet folding pocket knife! Pre-civil war items are getting harder and harder to find. Your Samual Swagg folding pocket knife is valuable and is worth between $2000-4000 dollars. However, the market is soft right now and it's hard to find buyers, but I don't think you'll have that problem with your knife. If you could find documentation proving the knife belonged to a rough rider (1st United States Volunteer Cavalry), then obviously the value would go way up! That's a great knife, thanks for sharing it with all of us!

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Wageman office desk

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I was wondering what this desk might be worth. It has some damage - one drawer is missing its back and another has a hole in the bottom. The top also has marks and gouges. It says "Wagemaker Co. Grand Rapids, Mich" in the drawer. That company apparently closed in 1960. I bought the desk at a garage sale about 20 years ago. The desk is solid wood and has wooden rails for the drawers and dovetailed joints. There are also 3 grooves in the drawers for holding filing systems. There are 2 drawers on the left and 3 on the right. The bottom drawer on the left appears to be two separate drawers in order to match the right-hand side of the desk, but it is really an extra deep drawer. There is also a center drawer with a wooden plug where a lock would have gone. Each side also has a pull-out writing surface, as well.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Your vintage/antique desk is worth between $100-200 dollars.

Here are many example of similar desks that have sold by auction:

Antique Mahogany Desk

1920 solid oak desk

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Your antique kneehole desk is worth $100-200 dollars.

Mahogany kneehole desk sold for $100

Solid Oak 1920 kneehole desk

Traditional mahogany desk

Very nice desk, thanks for sharing.





Josef Originals

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I bought this a couple years ago in a garage sale because I liked the look of it, since then I have look for one like it on line and cannot, so I was hoping someone could tell me what it could be worth. It's a figurine of a little girl playing a blue piano,she is wearing green nightgown with purple flowers. She has brown hair with a blue bow and has her eyes closed as she sings. It says Josef Originals on the bottom with a B under the piano. If you anything about this please let me know. Thank you.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Without a photo, I'm not sure which Josef Original you're referring to, but here are some that might be yours:

Josef Originals -- girl with piano

Maybe yours is this one:

Josef Original Girl singing wearing green dress playing a piano

Your josef original is worth $35-50 dollars.





Trinket box

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I really have no idea what it is or from what era. On the bottom there is something etched or hammered in, not sure. I think it says 1560 India W4655. Would love to know more about it and value. Thanks

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Your trinket box is a souvenir and was probably hand made in india.

These trinket boxes are never exactly the same and vary in price, but usually don't bring more than $25 dollars.

Here are a few examples:

India brass trinket box

Oval Trinket Box





Velvet Framed Cherubs

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The framed Velvet picture frame has two blond haired cherubs. Made of porcelain.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Terri,

Your velvet framed cherubs are worth $15-25 dollars.

Here's a similar framed cherub that sold for $10 dollars:

vintage cherub on ornate frame





King Triton Porcelain Compote

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This unique item was discovered while preparing for an Estate Sale for WWII Veteran. The piece belonged to his grandmother and the slip of paper with this piece stated: Triton-Epergne-Compote circa 1750-80 (Diety of the Sea) it was once housed in the Museum in Berlin, Germany in late 1800's early 1900's. The marking on the bottom are the cross swords: a triple X,large X making the two smaller x at the top. The name written on the bottom begins with 'Mis' and last name begins 'Bach'. The Compote is attached with bolt extending through the sculpture to the base. Now in my possession, the dish was acquired by client in 1954.

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Wow, we get some nice antiques appraised, but this one literally belongs in a museum!

Your porcelain triton is easily worth $2000-4000 or more.

Thanks for sharing and that's a beautiful piece of history!





JEAN CARLU (1900-1997). AMERICA OPEN YOUR EYES! 1941

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This small poster was commissioned for Fortune magazine by the periodical's art director, Francis Brenan. It appeared in the August, 1941 issue of the magazine, along with other posters by Binder, Bayer, Steichen and Giusti. The issue was all on a single subject, World War II, and Brenan hoped to set an example of how sophisticated design could still be efficient. Carlu who, as a Frenchman, was totally aware of the Nazi threat, takes a brave approach to alert American captains of industry and business leaders of the fascist threat. Literally blinded by "business as usual," which could have meant any commercial dealings with Germany, Carlu exorts American business to "open your eyes" to the growing threat of nazism, which he simply depicts as a swastika amidst dark, swirling clouds. Printing on the back explains the purpose of the poster series: "Preeminently America is an industrial nation and America's preeminent function in the war is as an arsenal of democracy. Yet America's capacity to produce is no stronger than the will of the men who work her mines and factories. What labor must realize is that in total war every citizen, whether in or out of uniform, is a combatant; that in the total kind of war the U.S. is fighting, a war of production labor's role is even more crucial than that of the armed forces." Carlu 52.

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This belongs in one of the Holocaust Museums.

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Who wrote the poster description below? I am looking to cite it.

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Who wrote the text accompanying this poster? I would like to cite its proper author.





Freedom of the Seas, is in your own backyard

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VINTAGE POSTER-WWII HERBERT BAYER POSTER FROM FORTUNE, CIRCA 1941, FREEDOM OF THE SEAS IS IN YOUR OWN BACKYARD, MEASURES 14" X 11", LINEN BACKED

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Hi Yerit,

Cool poster, here's one that sold for $15 dollars:

1941 Herbert Bayer Rubber recycling WWII poster

Your Freedom of the Seas poster is worth $15-30 dollars.





ORIGINAL JOSEPH BINDER LABOR HOMEFRONT POSTER FROM WORLD WAR TWO

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EXCELLENT ORIGINAL VINTAGE POSTER FOR FORTUNE MAGAZINE 1941 DESIGNED BY JOSEPH BINDER, ONE OF AMERICA'S PREMIER MID-CENTURY GRAPHIC DESIGNERS. THE IMAGE PROMOTES LABOR'S ROLE IN SUPPORTING THE WAR EFFORT OF WW2. REALLY GREAT MESSAGE OF UNITY! 14" X 11",

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Your Joseph Binder WWII labor homefront poster is worth $150-200 dollars.

Here's a one currently for sale on goantiques.com for $150 dollars:

ORIGINAL JOSEPH BINDER LABOR HOMEFRONT POSTER FROM WORLD WAR TWO





Chinese Headboard

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Chinese headboard,cherrywood Hand carved bothside with abalone shell carved in wood of flowers, birds,animals all hand done 80 to 100 years old with chinese symbols

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canton style black wood





JOIN A.R.P.

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ORIGINAL VINTAGE POSTER FROM THE NUCLEAR ERA. A POWERFUL, YET FRIGHTENING GLANCE INTO THE PSYCHE OF THE AGE. THIS POSTER WAS CREATED FOR FORTUNE MAGAZINE BY GEORGE GIUSTI IN 1941 TO PROMOTE A.R.P. MEMBERSHIP. 14-1/2" X 11",

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Hi Yerit,

I really like this poster, very cool and retro. The nuclear threat is technically still around, but the threat is not as ominous now as it was when nuclear weapons were first being developed. It was in 1939 when Einstein and several other scientists told president Roosevelt about Nazi Germany working to enrich uranium isotope 235 and the possible effects if they succeed! This poster conveys the threat of nuclear war and it does in a way every one can understand!

Your nuclear age poster from WWII is worth $200-250 dollars. Here's the same post for sale for $200 dollars:

ORIGINAL COLD WAR POSTER, ATOM BOMB POSTER for sale





Hammered Copper Plate

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The plate looks like a hand hammered primitive plate. I believe we bought it in Tennessee years ago.

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Alantic Kitchen Heater Stove

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Hello I have what appears to be a cast iron stove that has the following marking on it. Atlantic Kitchen heater Portland stove Foundry Company. No 101 It is about 3 1/2 feet high, it is in-cased in a white metal shell. Its rectangular in shape. The top has two stove burners. One that consists of a few rings that come out in pieces and one burner that is just one disk. The front of the stove opens up to what looks like wood stove doors but I believe this is Kerosene operated as there are two dials that come out of the left side where a type of fuel is connected and controlled. I have pictures but did not see where to upload them. The rear of the stove is some sort of iron exhaust port with small button/dome looking objects that wiggle but dont seem to move. Also when you remove the burners there appear to be two groups of metal cylinders where the flames would be with discs that say Jynn. The stove is about 3 feet long and a foot wide.

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pink rose candle holder with green steam

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it appears to be hand built and looks every old looking flower i have see. the stem it had the blue mark on the bottom the crowned N along with cap-di-monte. i am sending pics as well. i believe tips to be real and hope to get advice get the advise We need. I have hear prices quoted from low enough to very very hihu :)

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I had one of those and sold it at a yard sale for five bucks. There's a lot of them on ebay, look up the manufacturer. Some people price them really high but I don't see any selling.

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If selling, I'd ask about $20 each for these. I just bought a set for $22 at an estate sale and you should be able to get double that. Ebay sellers are adding a lot of shipping, so $20 each is still competitive.

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I have one, and I have been trying to sale for $4.99 and is not selling! :(





traversarie

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i have set of traversarie antique cutlery butter knife,spoon and fork

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King Francis serving tray

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This piece is a King Francis serving tray made by Reed and Barton. It has no imperfections to it and has the beautiful design around the tray and includes engravement in the center of the serving tray.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Kimmy,

Reed and Barton King Francis serving trays sell for $280-$450 dollars.

I hope this information helps. Thanks for sharing.





Antique Bakewell Stove

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Bakewell Gas oven/stove in good condition. A little rust on the inside, but otherwise looks good. Not in working condition, but the pipes, etc. are there. I have no idea how old it is. Any ideas of what this could be worth are much appreciated. If you need any more information, please let me know. Thanks!

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Southern Co Op FDY Stove

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I am unsure of the age of this stove or the exact model number. It is a coal/wood burning stove manufactured by Southern Co Op FDY in Rome GA. It says Franklin across the bottom and Atlanta on the door. Any info or a estimate would be appreciated.

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I dont know but I have a stove just like this that i am using at my farm house and need the door and one side which need repairs. If you want to sell this stove, contact me at Ballard@taylorbigred.com





"Virgin & Child" Old Master Drawing By Michelangelo

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I purchased a framed master drawing this morning and was wandering if it is a reproduction or authentic. The backing is old brittle brown paper with a white "Art Lore" label. The label reads "Virgin & Child By Michelangelo ~ Old Master Drawing". It also has S59-520 in the top right corner of the label. The signature on the front is "Michael Ange F." Is it authentic? I am trying to upload a picture but we'll see if I can. If not, I have several pictures I can send directly to an email address. Thank you. Santon

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Sandy,

Michelangelo was considered a master artist and lived from 1475 to 1513 in Italy. What you have is a reproduction of his famous work.

Reproductions are normally worth between $25-100 dollars.





Art Anson Table Lighter

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I believe the figure was made in Japan and I couldn't find out who Art Anson is. The bottom has a "JAPAN" sticker & is stamped: STUDIO WARE 1960-61 ART ANSON,INC. The lighter itself doesn't appear to have been used. The wick is clean, doesn't smell like lighter fluid, and there is no flint. Does anyone know what this is or might be worth. Thank you

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Lou,

Japan produced thousands of similar products in the 1960's by Studio Ware and many others. Your lighter is probably worth around $30-50 dollars.

Thanks for sharing.





Mantle Clock

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Mantle Clock Ollivant Botsford Movment No 550 Hermes, the Greek god head n shoulders on top of main clock and 2 side urns or cup like fig with lids and little boys with wings on top all black in colour made of slate or onixe type stuff figs made off brass i think but black , and clock has patten inlay then gold hilighted 20inch tall 14inch wide clock side pices 12inchs high 6inchs wide PS there r pics please clik on blank photo 2 c lots went rong some where

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Wow, that's one beautiful mantle clock!

Here's a link to similar clocks that have sold:

The Canterbury Auction Galleries -- Mantle clocks

I believe your clock is most similar to LOT # 1081 which sold for 270 english pounds. That would give your mantle clock a estimated value of $450-500 dollars.





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I bought this amethyst ring from Ebay and I have no idea about its real value.Lovely ring set with 15 6x4mm amethysts flanked by 7 small marcasites down each side. Large frontal section 30mm high and 22mm wide with a good weight of 11.9g. Marked inside 925 for sterling silver. Could anyone please tell me anything about its style, age and possible value. Thank you!

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Elo,

Very unusual ring, thanks for sharing. I would value your sterling silver ring in the $50-100 dollar range. Here's a link to similar rings that have sold in that price range:

925 Sterling Silver Jewelry





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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Buying antiquities can be risky and unless you are an expert in the field its hard to know whether you got a good deal or not.

Other have sent in similar photos of certificates of authenticity which appear to be nothing more than the sellers signature on a fancy piece of paper.

You certainly have a jade seal, here's a link for jade seals that sold for $2-10 dollars each:

Jade seals

Obviously, if genuine your jade seal would be worth substantially more money. Probably in the $500-1000 dollar range. Unfortunately, I don't not an expert in Chinese antiquities.





Sadler Tea Set early Crinoline Lady design 1900s with identity marks 1737

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I have a Sadler Tea Set (early 1900s) with the Crinoline Lady design and gold trims. The Tea Pot with bow handle lid, Sugar Bowl with lid and milk jug. In good condition no chips. Would like to know how much this would be worth in Australia.

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Hi Cheryl,

Your Sadler Tea set is worth around $70-90 US dollars. $70-90 US dollars is roughly 67-86 Australian dollars.

Thanks for sharing!





The Goliath harmonica/1800's/M.Hohner

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Hi Catherine,

Without a description (size, condition) or a photograph its very difficult to price your harmonica. 1800's Hohner harmonicas can sell anywhere from $50 dollars all the way to over a $1000 dollars depending on size and condition.

Hohner Harmonicas

Google Shopping -- m.hohner harmonicas





Fluer-de-lis sandwich server

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Piece is in excellent condition. no chips or glass and very clean. DSC_0048.JPG

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Hi Steve & Susan,

Very nice piece! Your depression glass Fluer-de-lis sandwich server is worth $25-50 dollars.

Gree Depression glass sandwich server fleur-de-lis that sold for $16.50

Sandwich server for sale -- $49 dollars from curio cabinets antiques





Hutschenreuther May Dance 3 girls firgurine in Color

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I've found it in white, but can't find any other colored figurines. I know that it is pre WWII, Hutschenreuther. I would like to have a better idea of the value. It has been passed down through my family and I'm wanting to insure it. It is in perfect condition, no chips or fading of colors[IMG]http://i967.photobucket.com/albums/ae157/Apalmore0526/SAM_0169.jpg[/IMG]

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Estimated Value submitted by apalm

Here's a hand-painted one for sale for $1600 dollars:

LG. Hutschenreuther Figurine Girls Dancing Karl Tutter

Here are links to a few that sold for around $300 dollars each but they were not hand painted.

LG. Hutschenreuther Figurine Girls Dancing Karl Tutter sold for $305 dollars

hutschenreuther figurines

Your hand-painted Hutschenreuther figurine is worth between $500-1500 dollars.





Yo-Yo Quilt Clown Doll with Piano

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The doll is maybe paper mache or a combination of materials. Beautiful tartan yo-yo quilting costume. Hat is two different fabrics, pink and floral. Painted face with exclamation point on forehead and nose. The right leg stitching is a little loose where attached. Acessorised with own red piano which says "Baby piano" on top inside a decorative seal. The black and white and numbered keys of the piano "ping" when pressed. Stands on three red peg legs. I have no idea how old these are and there are no identifying signatures. Very charming. Three photos uploaded, only two appear. (??)

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Your yo-yo quilt clown doll with piano is worth $75-125 dollars. I don't believe they were sold together, but its possible. Here's a link to a similar yo-yo quilt doll for sale for $28 dollars:

Yo-yo quilt doll for sale for $28 dollars

1950S L H & C RING A ROUND ROSY GRAND PIANO TOY

Thanks for sharing. Very unusual doll.

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I just want to thank the replier very much for their research answer! Much appreciated! -Liz





1927 Volvo Medal

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I have no information about it. My husband found it about 12 year ago in Puerto Rico. It is of some type of metal, magnets doesn't work with it. 1927 volvo was the first manufactured, it has nothing on the back. Someone said it was keychain, I think it looks like a medal, conmemorative, anniversary or who knows.

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LE Smith Black Amethyst Vase with Silver

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circa 1930's, 3 silver rings around neck slightly worn, excellent condition

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Hi Lori,

Without a photo, its pretty hard to put an exact figure on your piece. However, I would say its worth between $40 and $80 dollars.

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SILVER CHARGER





Harbour-Langmire Dresser

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This is a Harbour-Langmire dresser with mirror. It's in very good shape with minimal fading/scratches to finish. All drawers open and close easily. This was likely purchased in the mid-late 1930's in Oklahoma.

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Estimated Value submitted by Taylor

Hi Taylor,

Very nice antique dresser and mirror! I would value your dress and mirror in the $400-500 dollar range. Here's a page with many similar dressers that sold in that price range:

Antique dresses





Espana Flamenco BLOCK Bidasoa Spain Tea Set

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I have a 16 piece tea set. The name/brand is Espana Flamenco BLOCK Bidasoa Spain tea set. Each piece has a patent number on the bottom. I have 6 cups, 6 saucers, 1 creamer, 1 sugar bowl, 1 tea pot and 1 serving plate. All the pieces are a reddish marble color and the bigger pieces (tea pot, creamer, plate, and sugar bowl) have a thing black design around the bottom.

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I also have this set and would like to know the value to replace it.





The Book of The Fair Vol.1 and 2 by Hubert Howe Bancroft

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Hello, I have found these two old books in the cellar. I don't have any idea what worth it is. Full title: "The Book of The Fair - An historical and descriptive presentation of the world's science, art, and industry, as viewed through the Columbian Exposition at Chicago in 1893" BY Hubert Howe Bancroft. Chicago and San Francisco The Bancroft Company, Publishers 1893 Copyright, 1893, by Hubert H. Bancroft Types and Press of the Blakely Printing Company, Chicago, Ill ______________________________________________________________________ Here you can find some pics. http://ubuntuone.com/p/15Uu/ I'am very thankful for any help and appraisals! Best greetings Phil

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Hi Doowi,

Cool books!

Here are some links where rare book dealers are selling the both volumes in good condition for between $450 and $625.

THE BOOK OF THE FAIR: AN HISTORICAL AND DESCRIPTIVE PRESENTATION OF THE WORLD'S SCIENCE, ART, AND INDUSTRY, AS VIEWED THROUGH THE COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION AT CHICAGO IN 1893. -- White Fox Rare Books

THE BOOK OF THE FAIR: AN HISTORICAL AND DESCRIPTIVE PRESENTATION OF THE WORLD'S SCIENCE, ART, AND INDUSTRY, AS VIEWED THROUGH THE COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION AT CHICAGO IN 1893. -- SandyACo Books And More... - Rare, used, and out-of-print books

THE BOOK OF THE FAIR: AN HISTORICAL AND DESCRIPTIVE PRESENTATION OF THE WORLD'S SCIENCE, ART, AND INDUSTRY, AS VIEWED THROUGH THE COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION AT CHICAGO IN 1893. -- tomfolio.com

However, your copies are in pretty rough shape and here's a link to a similar book that sold for $12 dollars:

Book of the fair search on antiquesnavigator

In poor condition, your "book of the fair" volumes are probably worth around $100-200 dollars.

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southern co op foundry stove marked ruby no. 4?

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Estimated Value submitted by carol

Hi Carol,

Here's one up for auction with a starting bid of $55 dollars:

POT BELLY STOVE. MARKED; SOUTHERN COOPERATIVE FOUNDRY, ROME GA. MODEL #4- RUBY For Sale

I would say your stove is worth $75-125 dollars.





Joe

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I was wondering if this is smoe kind of nut cracker?

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Estimated Value submitted by Joe

I've never seen an antique nut cracker like yours? It looks to be a mold hand tool, kind of like a musket ball hand tool but in this case it looks like this mold makes walnuts. Place some silly putty in the tool and press out the shape and see what it makes, some sort of nut...

It appears hand forged and its probably worth $100-150 dollars.

Very cool! Thanks for sharing.





Wallace Sterling Silver Flatware

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We have 6-6pc. settings of Wallace Sterling Silver Flatware (Grand Brogue) All settings have been kept in its original chest, which is pictured below. Sets were purchased approximately late 40's early 50's.Condition appears very good.

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Your Wallace sterling silver flatware is worth around $900-1000 dollars. Here's a 73 pc set of Wallace flatware that sold for $2024.99.

Wallce 73 pc sterling silver flatware





478 year old hand written koran

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478 yr old excellant condition hand written koran, aurangzabe's time, 953 hijri.

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Hi Sam,

In all likelihood, if your Koran is authentic it's priceless. Here's a link where the owner of a 400 year old koran was offered $4.3 million for it.

400 year old Quran

All I can say is wow! Very cool. You might want to get it authenticated and put it up for auction, if you wish to sell it.





animal heart shaped padlock

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Please send me an email address that I can attach pictures to. Thank you, Joe

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Estimated Value submitted by Joe

Hi Joe,

You have a story lock made by Trenton Lock Company in the late 1800's. Your particular story lock is called the werewolf.

Werewolf Story Locks

My dad is a lock collector and he purchased a werewolf story lock in the 1980's for $900 dollars at a flea market in Ohio (I believe, I was fairly young at the time). Your werewolf padlock is worth $900-1500 dollars.

Nice padlock! Do you have any others?





persian dagger

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For what i have seen in other dagger online it seems like it could be from 17th century or something, is rustes but a lot of blade left to re-sharpen, also it needs to be polishall the metal in the cover is in good shape with no dings or dents, handle sees hand made dont know anything about it, it was given by a friend

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Hi Carlos,

Cool dagger! I would place the value of it in the $150-250 dollar range.

Antique Persian Dagger

Silver / gold Persian dagger

Antique persian knife





silver tea pot or creamer pot

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its a international silver co tea pot or creamer pot it says ritz carlton on the bottom and has the number 74 in a square box plus the production numbers on the bottom cant read needs to be polished

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Hi Jeff,

Your silver tea pot is worth $25-50 dollars.

Here's a link showing similar International Silver co tea pots selling in this range:

International Silver Co Tea Pots





crystal table lamp

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bought in 1956, all crystal lamp with about 20 hanging prisms from to crystal bowls about 30-32" high and very heavy. I have a photo I can email.

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Hi Gail,

Your crystal table lamp is worth $150-300 dollars. It's hard to see the entire lamp in the photo, but it seems to be a beautiful piece.

Thanks for sharing.





Deilcraft Dining Room table and chairs

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Deilcraft (maple?) dining room table with extra pull-up extension (from inside the table). Eight matching chairs with tone on tone gold coverings, in very good condition. Purchased approximately 1947-48. Table has minor chips, but in good condition.

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Nice vintage dining room set! It's in beautiful shape for its age.

Your Deilcraft dining room table and chairs is worth $800-1000 dollars.

Thanks for sharing.





Deilcraft fold-down table

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Deilcraft (maple?) fold down table. Also raises up and down for height adjustments. Also has two fold down flaps. Purchased in late 40's early 50's. Very good condition with minor glass marks, on top. Has brass coverings on feet.

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Your Deilcraft fold-down table is worth $200-300 dollars.

Here are some links to similar tables that sold in that price range.

Mahogany drop leaf dining room table

Antique Flame Mahogany Console Dining Drop Leaf Table

Antique Victorian Solid Mahogany Drop Leaf Table sold for $264 dollars





new york world fair

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i have a woodwn plate square in shape on the top it has new york world fair then a pic of the world fair then below the pic it has a copyright symbol then NYWF 1623on the back it has a newyork world fair sticker. on each corner it has half circles with it looks like sunburst and marks inside of the half circles that resembles pineapple markings

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Hi Marye,

Could you supply a photo, it would help the free appraisal.

Thanks!





Electrohome TV/radio console

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Electrohome Maple TV console...TV has been replaced with slide out shelf for stereo, and additional shelves for components. Original radio still in place. Working condition, unknown. Exterior in excellent condition. Purchased in late 40/s early 50's.

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Estimated Value submitted by Deirdre

Hi Deirdre,

I not aware of many collectors of old console TVs, but it still a nice piece of furniture.

Here's a similar TV console for sale for $50 dollars:

Vintage Console TV for sale

Your Electrohome console TV is worth $50-100 dollars.





Harbour Longmire desk

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Harbour Longmire (mahogany?)writer's desk, with some inlay detail on top. Brass pull knobs. Top surface has wear-damage. Purchased in Oklahoma, 30's or 40's.

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Estimated Value submitted by Deirdre

Your Harbour Longmire writer's desk is called a kneehole desk.

Kneehole desks

Your antique desk is worth $300-400 dollars.





Ansley Bone China (Wendover pattern)

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Ansley Wendover Bone China...12 place settings, as well as teapot, sugar bowl, and creamer. Purchased in the late 40's or 50's. Very good condition.

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Your Ansley bone China is valued at $600-900 dollars.

49 Pcs. Aynsley "Wendover" Bone China estimated value $200-400 dollars

Service for 12 Aynsley bone china 60 pieces $999





Cross and Olive Crystal Stemware

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Cross and Olive Crystal Stemware, 12 place settings: water, wine, sherry, settings. Purchased in the early 50's. Excellent condition.

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Your cross and olive cystal stemware are worth $6-7 dollars a piece. If you have 60 pieces, then the complete set is worth $360-420 dollars.

Cross and olive crystal stemware for sale

Crossand olive crystal stemware






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